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mother of a murdered autistic man. what she's asking for toni. tonight.a new way you could lose your driver's license.why the state thinks it could help balance the budget. budget. out of control.the plan designed to avoid scenes like this in college park tonig. tonight. brisk winds and cold temperatures tonight and tomorrow.why we might escape snow again this weekend... in my skywatch forecast. forecast.and fighting back. back. the tough technics in a no- nonsense self-defense class. class. hello i'm jennifer gilbert. and i'm jeff barnd. a.../ repeat.../ drunk driver...// gets.../ a... plea.../ deal...//// ááforáá.../ the... hit and run.../ death...// of... a hopkins.../ student. student. tonight, his victims say the system has failed them. them. jeff abell shows us why... why... (abell) "it was right here at saint paul and 33'rd where, two years ago, a student was crossing the
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street and was stuck and killed by a convicted drunk driver. today, he learned his fate..." (5:11) (damien banks) "he didn't have remorse. he had his head down one way..." outside the courthouse.....com plaints....that convicted drunk driver thomas meighen junior....had beaten the system again.... (5:25) "i think he got off easy. too easy...too easy...." as part of a plea deal, meighen was sentenced to 13-years in prison.... he pleaded guilty to the hit and run death of hopkins student miriam frankl... she was crossing the street two years ago....when meighen drove right into her path...and fled the scene. three months earlier, meighen was behind the wheel of the same white truck when he crashed into another vehicle in west baltimore. he injured five... fled that scene too.... (7:34) (damien banks) "the last thing i remember him saying was f-the police..." (4:40) (lynnora christian) "once they caught hgim after he hit us they shoulda kept hiom there. he already had a number of dui's on his record. its no reasoin he shoulda been let out to do it again to
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kill another person..." in court today, the father of the hopkins student mirium frankl told the judge the system has failed to keep the public safe. meighen was sentenced to 13-years for both hit and runs. (9:37) (christian) "he shoulda got longer time in my opinion. he had a better chance with the courts than he did on the streets with me..." (abell tag) "meighen was no stranger to the courts. prior to this incident, he had already received nine drunk driving related convictions. in charles village, jeff abell, fox 45, news at ten." thomas meighan was ásupposedá to be using an ignition interlock system... which prevents a vehicle from starting if there's alcohol on the drivers breath. but meighen never had the device installed.coming up... we'll take a look at the way lawmakers want to expand the program...in less than 15 minutes... right here on fox45 news at ten. 3. . first.../ on... fox... /// áátheáá.../ mother.../ of.../
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an... autisic man.../ murdered.../ one... month.../ ago.../// ááspeaksáá...// out.../ today..// today..// áácrimeáá... / and.. justice.../ reporter.../ joy... lepola....// ááhasáá.../ the.../ emotional...// interview...// interview...// ((pkg)) a mother wipes away tears ... as her heart sinks with sorrow. one month ago today... annie wilson was celebrating the holidays with her son....hezekiah... or hezy. 23:23:49 one thing he was my heart im not saying i love all my kids but because he was special we were just so close although autistic hezy cared for his ailing mother... on january 2nd however their relationship came to a tragic end. 23:25:32 he always made it home safe but then for this to happen i'm sorry for this to happen in his own yard annie never imagined it would come to this... (stand-up) 23:39:09 mrs wilson says hezy came outside to walk the family dog before calling it a night that's when police suspect that someone drove
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down the street firing shots and hezy was hit.(mom) 23:26:51 i just wish someone at least could have seen the car i heard speed away maybe if someone saw the car the police would have some lead (jeremy) 23:01;17 if you saw a person who didn't look right a vehicle that didn't look right we need your help a department with no leads to follow up on.... facing a family tortured by the reality of a ruthless criminal. 23:27:18 i just pray to god they catch who ever did it //it's one of the hardest thing i've ever dealt with in my life ;27 for now, annie finds some solace in starring at her christmas tree that hezy decorated. 23:29:27 he did such a beautiful job i told him how proud of him i was that's why it's so hard to take it down 23:29:35in northeast baltimore .... 23:30:24 if anyone knows anything just come forward and give us some peace give this family some peacejoy lepola 23:30:33 hezy didn't deserve to die the way he did because he wouldn't hurt a fly fox 45 news at ten.
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the.../ family...// called.../ "america's.../ most.../ wanted"...// ááhopingáá...// the... show...// profiles...// this... case...// 3 breaking news out of southwest baltimore...homicide investigators are at the scene of a shooting shooting gunfire broke out about 8 this evening on north woodington roadearly reports indicate a man was shot in the head.no word on his condition a man is gunned down in north b. baltimore.it happened just after 12 this afternoon at the intersection of glenwood and craig avenues.police say he was shot several times in the stomach.no word on his condition.there is no suspect or motive at this time. 3 police arrest a man for a murder that happened this past weekend in northeast baltimore. 30-year-old demetrius arrington is charged with the murder of a man who was found shot in a car along eastbury avenue off truesdale avenue. it happened on sunday. the victim was shot in the head. 3 tomorrow... /// the.../ governor .../
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delivers.../ his.../ "state... of the state".../ address.../// address...///áámarylandáá...// faces.../ a.../ 1.6... billion dollar.../ d. deficit...////.áátheáá.../ governor's.../ budget...// calls... for.../ holding.../ education.../ funding.../ at... /// áthisá... year's...// level...//// ááandáá...// saving.../ 40... million.../ dollars.../// áábyáá.../ offering.../ buy-outs .../ to... state.../ workers workerssome.../ lawmakers.../ want to.../ raise...// the... gas.. / or... alcohol... tax...//// the.../ governor.../ hopes.../ to... get.../ ámoreá.../ money... /// áábyáá...// going .../ after.../ tax.../ dodgers.../// dodgers...///áákeitháá... daniels...// explains...// how... he plans.../ to... do.../ it...// keith? keith? jeff..... we're live along the jfx in north baltimore where people are moving..driving... all of them, we hope.. with licenses.... well, tonight, there's a new rule on the table in annapolis.....if you don't pay your taxes... you could lose your driver's license................and some people are putting the brakes on that idea. idea. at the corner of northern parkway and park heights avenue... people are pulling up to the pumps...(áááquick nats up: pumpsááá) ........getting gas.. talking taxes.(woman) "i think that's
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kind of harsh, i think it's not the best idea.." ........drivers, dismayed over one of governor o'malley's budget proposals. the measure would let the state refuse to issue or renew driver's licenses and registrations for those who owe unpaid.. undisputed taxes. (man) "he can hold up our registration and tags because of taxes.. no sir, that's not good.."(woman) "i do think that sucks...." .........o'malley believes the threat of holding driver's licenses could help collect an additional 40-million dollars over the next two years.. to help close more than a billion dollar shortfall. state comptroller, peter franchot.....(franchot) "the governor should be applauded...."..........says if approved, the new rule could result in 20-to-25 million dollars in previously uncollected tax revenue in the first year....(franchot) "if this law is passed, we're not going to harass people and deny them their driver's licenses, as long as they enter some kind of agreement
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to do what's right...." ........still, there's opposition from house republicans who say the measure would make things worse for people already having difficulty.(del. mccomas) "these folks maybe cause they're not paying their taxes is because they have really major financial problems. so, they lose their ability to drive then they're either going to have to make that decision to drive illegally or not drive, lose their job." the state already denies licenses for unpaid taxes for several professions.... including nurses. live in north baltimore, keith daniels, fox 45 news at ten. tell.../ lawmakers ...// what... you... think.../ about... / this...////ááyou'lláá...// find... / their,,, contact information,,,.. at...// fox- baltimore dot com.../ slash your voice we... asked...// ááshouldáá.../ those.../ who... / don't... pay taxes.../ lose.../ their... driver's.../ license? license? áá97--%áá say...no.../ say...no.../ anita... writes.../ "they'll... be unable .../ to... work." áámichaeláá.../
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taking a different approach to keep things in order. right after tonight's game... students will be directed to route one... where a bonfire's ready to be lit under a tarp. the idea already seems to be improving the relationship between police and students. major rob liberati "we're gonna be very visible tonight. we're gonna be out on the street, talking to people. we're gonna be directing them toward the campus activities." butt butt butt steve glickman/sga president from wttg: "now that we see their faces and they're around a lot more, i think it's improved and we'll find out how that turns out tonight." he's right... the test will be tonight after the game. by the way...four officers were suspended following last year's riots... only one is back on full-duty. myranda stephens, fox45 news at ten . police are searching for poachers who illegally netted more than 10 tons of rockfish in the chesapeake bay..... bay..... karen parks is live along the bay in canton and says......its a problem that's become all too common....karen? karen? we depend on the bay
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for rockfish three times a year.....but poaching has turned into a problem.... making it difficult on the consumer's pocket and harder for legal watermen to make a li. living... (nats of bay) sunday.....here in a chesapeake bay tributary..... (nats of fish being tagged) d-n-r officers discover illegal nets carrying three tons of rockfish. (43:26) (cover)rockfish season up until tues morning at 3 am was closed...(nats)the department of natural resources......stake dout the area....waiting for poachers to return....... (43:59)he didn't show up..... monday dnr officers discovered other illegal nets south of bloody point lake..... thousands more rockfish were found.....(44:00)(cover)the decision was make to pull the net up to reduce its impact upon the resource..... in all more than twenty thousand pounds of rockfish were found in illegal nets....with a market value of at least sixty
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thousand dollars..(45:25)a legal licensed waterman can only catch 300lbs a day.... rockfish season lasts from december to february.....and commercial watermen can only catch rockfish tuesdays and wednesday.... dnr officer art windemuth says three hundred pounds of rockfish can be taken a year from the bay without having an impact on the overall fishery....(47:20) they impact the legal waterman trying to make a living these fish that are taken are added to the monthly quota so the fish being caught now are being subtracted from what a legal person can take..... (nats)(33:52)we would rather have the commercial waterman start to police themselves.... ed liccione is a waterman with coastal conservation....(34:07) whether thats banning nets in the bay nobody likes to hear that but when you see the fish brought in today like we've seen and will continue to see for the next couple of days that could happen....the fish
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caught today will be tagged and sold.....proceeds will be used by the state to manage fishing.......the rockfish that cannot be sold will be donated to food shelters and pantries..... if you see suspicious activity in the chesapeake bay you are asked to call the department of natural resources at 1-800- 628-9944 last year less than a dozen of poachers were prosecuted.....for lack of resources.. . 3 nats> millions of women .../ will become victims.../ of... a violent attack...//áálearnáá...// 5... ways...// you... can.../ fight back...// effectively...////ááináá...// our... cover story tonight but next...a look at some of the places hit hardest by yesterdays winter blast sot: i had to do a double take. i couldn't believe that i was actually seeing a true bed bug. a... summit.../ in... d--c.../ over...//// peace..?.// politics..?.//
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the economy? áánoáá...// this... one's.../ over bed bugs...// next thomas meighan...the man
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sentenced to 13 years in prison for the fatal hit and run crash that killed a johns hopkins university student... ...was supposed to be using an ignition interlock system at the time of the crash. thousands of convicted drunk drivers...are using the system. but for many of those drivers...it's optional. now...as john rydell reports... that program could be expanded...as lawmakers try to crack down...on all drunk drive. drivers... it's long been... an option... to suspending the licenses... of drunk drivers.the ignition
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interlock system...is now being used by 8-thousand marylanders.it prohibits them fromstarting their cars...unless they passa built- in...breathalizer test.(kuo) "it's a very good program, it's been highly successful reducing individuals from driving while intoxicated."and now...that program could be greatly expanded.state lawmakers are prearing to debate a bill...to require all convicted drunk drivers...to use the device...for at least....six months. supporters...say it's already big success...in other states. (kramer) "we have constistently seen a one-third drop in the number of drunk driving related fatailities and that's huge here in maryland that could easily mean 50 or 60 lives a year." maryland is the first state in the country...that uses a g.p.s. system...to monitor those in the program. but that means...the cost...is going up. there's a 50-dollar fee to install the device.and 70-dollars a month to maintain. (jones) "anytime you add technology to the device, you're adding cost and that cost is passed on to the
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offender."(rydell) "a similar bill failed last year when lawmakers could not reach a consensus on whether all convicted drunk drivers, even first time offenders would be required to use the ignition interlock system."in past years...house judiciary committee chairman joe vallario...preferred ignition interlock...be mandated...for only...a select group of drunk drivers.(vallario) "the high bacs and repeat offenders, yes, absolutely, they're the target."but supporters...believ e anyone convicted of d.u.i...should be forced to utilize...the high-tech system. (kramer) "if you're .08 or higher, you are driving drunk." a device...they say could ultimately save...more lives. in annapolis, john rydell, fox 45 news at ten. public hearings on bills to expand the use of ignition interlock...are expected to be held in the next few weeks. tell lawmakers what you think about this idea...their contact information is on our website... fox-baltimore dot com slash newslinks. there's.../ a... tea party...//
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caucus.../ in... / annapolis. annapolis.eastern .../ shore.../ delegate...// michael .../ smigiel.../// ááheldáá.../ the... first.../ meeting.../ today...//// ááheáá...// wants.../ to... make.../ government...// more.../ efficient.../// ááwhileáá...// addressing...// the... state's...// long-term.../ structural.../ deficit. (smigiel) "and i think you can be either a democrat or republican or independent and believe in the constitution and capitalism and free markets and that's what we are going to stress down here is to make sure we are fiscally re" responsible." the...// tea party...// will... meet.../ every.../ monday...//. the effort to repeal the presidents health care reform law ended in the senate this af. afternoon.republicans attached the plan to a reauthorization of the f-a-a.but senators voted it down 51 to 47 along party linessome democratic senators who voted against it last year, voted for it this evening. mcconnell says: "it's not often you get a second chance to correct a mistake." mistake."mcconnell promised more opportunities to vote against health care reform. protests...// in... cairo's...// "liberation"...//
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square...// got.../ bloody...// ááasáá.../ anti-gov't...// demonstrators...// ááclashedáá...// with.../ supporters...// of.../ president...// hosni...// muberak.../// people screaming... fighting mubarak.../ said.../ tuesday...// he... would...// ánotá... run.../ again...// in.../ september...// áábutáá.../ vowed.../ to...// stay... on.../ until.../ then.../// ááthatáá...// made... things...// toxic...// on... the.../ streets.../ of.../ cairo.../// áátheáá...// white... house...// is... scrambling...// to...// hash-out...// a...// peaceful...// solution.../// in;"the time for a transition" out:"time is now" now"in;"it is clear" out;"immedy out;"immediately see.../ see.../ more... / of... what's happening.../ in... egypt.../ ááonáá.../ the... late edition...// at 11 bed-bugs have made a comeback in the united states. melinda roeder tells us the problem is so big.. bed bugs were the focus of a national summit in washington d-c. d-c. intro: the only good thing about bed bugs is that they are visible. small, but if you look closely, you can see them. and the sooner you spot them, the better your chances
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of getting rid of them.but it won't be easy. it takes a lot more than a little spray. nat: sprayattacking bed bugs. it's a major priority for the people here....nat: inspect to verify whether or not it is a bed bug. at the national bed bug summit. (sot bill diamond) sot: we're not going to be able to erradicate bed bugs probably. they're very resilient. richard cooper is an entymologist. when he started out bed bugs in the u.s. were very rare. so rare - he remembers the first one he saw.(sot richard cooper)sot: i had to do a double take. i couldn't believe that i was actually seeing a true bed bug. finding them hiding in your own home... (sot richard cooper)sot: people have a sense of being violated, helplessness and vulnerability. can quickly lead to infestation. (sot richard cooper)sot: most people are embarassed or ashamed to talk about bed bugs to admit that they have a problem. they still feel like some people give them a little bit of a funny look. bill diamond is the deputy director of the office of pesticide programs at the e-p-a. that's the office that registers pesticides. about 300
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registered products have been deemed effective. but the little biters... are becoming resistant to some. (sot richard cooper)sot: the simple fact of the matter is that the chemicals that we have in place today aren't as effective as the chemicals of the past. cooper says a lot of people use - bug bombs that aren't effective against bed bugs. and if you live in close proximity to others - the bugs may just scurry on over to your neighbor's house.(sot bill diamond)sot: often times they'll just run away so then they'll be reintroduced as soon as the fog disappates. -------------------------------- ---------------------tag: check around your mattress regularly. and remember, they can hide in hotels too.experts say you have to be careful when buying anything second- hand. like furniture or clothes.and don't leave an infected mattress out on the curb. someone else could pick it up. destroy it instead. melinda roeder, fox 45 news at ten. the...// massive.../ winter blast...// that.../ swept ...// across... the country ...// yesterday.../// áálooksáá.../ massive...// from.../ space. space.nasa shot this video from orbit.it looks like a white blanket is covering more
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than half of the united states. what... happened.../ underneath...// those.../ clouds...// had... cities.../ digging.../ out...///ááináá.../ / chicago...////more...// than.../ 20... inches of snow.../// fell.../// on... that...// city...////áátheáá...// 3rd... largest storm...// on... record.../////.ááatáá... least.../ 15-hundred.../ vehicles...// got... stuck...// on.../ lake shore.../ drive..////. áápoliceáá.../ are... looking .../ into.../ 7... storm- related.../ deaths there's a lot of concern in new england...where storm after storm is dumping snow on the region...in milford, connecticut, it finally became too much muchthe roofs of two buildings collapsed because of the weight of the snow.the collapse may have caused a gas leak.nearby buildings were evacuated.one person was hurt... but not seriously can.../ a... famous...// wood--chuck..// actually... / be... the.../ solution...// to.../ all.../ this? this?"he surveyed his surroundings carefully and found there was no shadow around, so an early spring it will be!" be!" punxsutawney phil calls it...it will be an early spring. the
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world's most famous groundhog did not see his shadow this morning. lets hope phils on the money moneywhats on tap... weatherwise.../ for... the next few days? days?here's.../ chief meteorologist vytas reid.../ with the skywatch forecast forecast "beeping beeping treatment is d" delayed" if...
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you're having.../ a... heart attack...// ááandáá.../ don't... get.../ medical attention.../ immediately --- /// ááitáá...// could... be.../ too late...///. áálateráá.../ on... the news at ten ---//// ááaáá.../ portable device.../ that could ...// save your life. 10 21 49hit them scratch them, bite them. them.would you know what to do... if someone attacked you? we'll show you how to fight back.... with some simple skills that could save your life.
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shocking .../ number...///.ááanáá.../ estimated.../// one.../ in.../ 6--american.../ women .../ will... be.../ the.../ victim... of.../ rape..../// ááoráá.../ attempted.../ rape. rape.would you know what to do if someone attacked you? you?in tonight's cover story, we show you some simple techniques to defend yourself. yourself. at masada tactical in pikesville....men and women learn how to fight....and more importantly.... how to fight back.(sot )10 11 05baltimore as we know, is not the safest city we know. we hear the statistics all the time about muggings and murders and rapes and abductions.tzviel blankchtein served in the israeli defense forces....but now his mission is self defense.(sot bk)10 10 49 give them the most practical skills they can used, god forbid they have to save their lives. masada tactical teaches israeli combat ... hand to hand fighting skills taught to elite special forces around the world.but here, taught to
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civilians.... who want to be prepared for anything.(sot pc) 10 28 14living in baltimore city can be scary. i don't live in the best neighborhood. my building's not so great. phaygie chinn started taking classes here to stay in shape.....(sot phaygi chinn)10 28 11i felt so much more confident.she stayed with it.... to stay safe.(sot phaygi)10 28 25i feel like god forbid if something happened, i will go home safe.the moves taught here.... aren't complicated....things like palm heal strikes... groin kicks...and the simple use of physics.... to stop someone from choking you.(sot bk)10 22 48if i'm choking you, just stand turn and drop your elbow. while many of these moves are best learned with a qualified instructor....there are some simples things you can do.... no class required...to avoid becoming a victim.first, be aware of your surroundings.... don't walk around staring at your cell phone. (sot bk)10 17
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11if i come and put a gun to your face.... then too late. so put the cell phone away? no don't put it away. how about dial 911 but don't press send yet. if something happens all you have to do is press that button.be prepared to use your keys as a weapon.(sot bk)10 18 25all you have to do is swing that at my face, and you'll do enough damage to distract me. it's a judgment call when to fight back.(sot bk)10 21 14 there's nothing in your wallet that's worth your life.but if the situation escalates.... or if they're trying to move you another location, it may be time to take action.(sot bk)10 18 03don't go. because statistically, those incidents end in a much more graver type of assault, like rape murder battery or so forth.consider the case last week of retired teacher myra cason, in anne arundel county.she left a doctors appointment at 8 in the morning.....police think she was robbed.... then forced to drive to a parking lot... where she ended up dead.(sot
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bk)10 21 18if you're being moved, that's your cue. you've got to do something.don't give up.(sot bk)10 21 49hit them scratch them, bite them. go for the three targets on the human body.eyes....(sot bk)10 23 11eyesif i can't see i can't fight.throat....(sot bk) 10 23 28the trachea is the consistency of a toilet paper roll.if you for that, you might kill me. and knees.(sot bk)10 23 35if the person can't stand, they can't fight.then, follow up with a strong kick to the groin.(sot bk)10 26 41 from a male perspective, a knee to the groin hurts.it doesn't have to bee that strong.anthing you can do....to knock them off their game.(sot bk)10 17 04the other person is going to think, what the hell, he just bit me and kicked me in the áááá please beepááááá (bóós). that by itself is enough to stop a fight.and, then be prepared to run. (sot bk)10 23 43when all is said and done, we always say, running away is a valid option.all advice, that can take you from victim to survivor. so.../ you...
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took...// the class, it looks intense. intense. fo more information about masada tactical, go to our website, foxbaltimore.com, and click on newslinks. we...// want...// to... clarify.../ a... cover story...// we aired.../ last.../ week...////. áátheáá.../ story .../ focused ...on.../ joel.../ bratton.../ bay - //// ááaáá.../ member... of.../ the.../ moorish.../ science.../ temple - //// ááwhoáá.../ claims.../ he... doesn't .../ pay... taxes.../// áábecauseáá...// of... his.../ religion. in our story, we included video of a temple in east baltimore. we should note that temple is ánotá associated with bratton-bey. we apologize for any confusion. 3 "if the alarm goes off it's really impt to be sitting down, if yu're shocked you wanna be sitting in a chair" chair" a portable device giving new freedom to people with heart conditions ---still ahead on the news at ten --- how in a manner of seconds it
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.it's national signing day for high school football
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recruits... /// where baltimore's top player .../ will spend the next 4 years... coming up on sports unlimited... fee court is now in session.
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fly southwest, the only major airline .maryland gets its rematch with duke tonight... tonight... bruce cunningham.../ joins us...// in... sports unlimited...// to... see...// if... the terps.../ could upset.../ their rivals... bruce... bruce....coming up tonight on sports 3unlimited... unlimited....the terps hosting duke as maryland tries to pickup a big conference win... we have early highlights.... it's national signing day... baltimore's top recruit narrowed his choice down to 3 schools... who did he end up picking???....and the offseason is in full swing for the ravens... they've already signed both their kickers to long-term deals... but what's on the horizon with jared gaither... haloti ngata... and the collective bargaining agreement... ns

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